WILMINGTON — The Bruins may have two of the best goalies in the NHL , and now they have the man responsible for one of the most impressive (if not luckiest) saves you’ll ever see.
A simple YouTube search of “Lars Volden” will yield a video of the Noreweigen goalie absolutely robbing a Valerenga forward in 2009 while playing for the Stavenger Oilers of GET-Ligaen. Though the puck bounced off Volden’s right pad and through his legs, he hooked his foot back at the goal line to keep the puck out.
“It was a one-timer, it hit inside my [pad], and it bounced back,” Volden recalled. “I just felt something weird between my legs. I just turned around and kicked it out.
“It looks good, but it was a pretty lucky save, I think,” he added with a laugh.
Of course, the Bruins have set the bar high when it comes to making big saves. Tim Thomas ‘ save on Steve Downie in the third period of Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals was arguably the best save any NHL  goaltender in this season. Volden tried to watch the Stanley Cup  playoffs as much as he could before eventually being drafted by the champions.
“I followed it a little bit, but it’s so late with the time difference. When I got drafted, I didn’t have any words to say. I was so happy, and now I’m so proud to be a part of this organization. I’m really happy about it.”
While Volden is clearly thrilled to be with the Bruins, he may need to edit his list of favorite goalies. Roberto Luongo  and Carey Price  were the ones he said he enjoyed watching when asked Friday.